The Code of Ethics includes principles and guidelines for members to maintain a high level of professionalism within their roles on Advisory Boards and as a member.
The Code of Ethics framework includes a publicly available Code of Ethics Statement. The comprehensive Code of Ethics is included in the Member Orientation process and is available on the internal membership portal.
This Code of Ethics Statement is intended to provide clarity for the Advisory Board Centre Members over expectations, the spirit of relationships and a guideline to problem solving during member involvement in Advisory Boards.
Code of Ethics Guidelines
Your role in supporting and contributing to an organisation’s Advisory Board requires careful consideration in upholding their reputation as well as our own. In advisory roles, the decision is not yours to make so influencing skills enable you to treat others with respect.
From the way you work in the board room, to discussions with management, other advisors and your networks, your personal ethics are always a consideration.
It’s the intent of doing the right thing.
No guideline can address every issue or situation. It is not a substitute for good judgement, good communication and proper business conduct. The strength of the advisory board is the strength of the collective knowledge and sharing of relevant experience.
Working with the Advisory Board Centre
Code of Ethics principles
The guiding principles for Members are explored in the Member Orientation. They include:
Meeting Code of Conduct
Members are expected to:
Updated: 19 July 2019